WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (WFLA) — A man was arrested at a local fast food chain because he called 911 to try and correct his food order.
Sunday night, 53-year-old John May called 911 to complain about the food he received from a Checkers food chain on Havendale Boulevard.
According to police, May said not only was his food order incorrect, but the manager also closed the drive-thru window on him, which he said, “is insubordination.”
Police said May wanted officers to have the manager correct his order, even though more than half of his food was already eaten by the time officers arrived. May also admitted to officers on the scene this was no emergency.
May was booked into the Polk County Jail for one count of Misuse of 911 and one count of Trespass-Fail to leave upon Owner Order.
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